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The Moyie Leader Jun 4, 1904

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"^v  ^-^-^^.���^^SS,;.^>^-^��*^.*.-^r .���-:;,>,y*U  I A.'Ayeo-1.resident \ybyto   ofthe' ,Gana- ,  J'.&iab.'J-Aici'fiC iailwayAvaa: auncuneed .-.a U  Wipnipeg that -liis:;"comp'any .''*v-i''A build  ffconi'^Yahk, on the'������.:.Gr<h'':& ��� Nest -line;  to thed'Ameripa/mbouh'dary���'"��� linev. ;I?e -;  said/that'.' the' Canadian .,'l:.aci fi A. v#o*< Id |  .hbtbuild���tod'iEea'ttle. ci-/:SpBkane;;Abu!,/  that;:W.ashingtch.xorn^p.iea will.; ojiild-;  f rqnv those towri*. to "th* -horde r to ��� .-con  nect with tbe ''Canadian ,PacifTc;,vdThev  ' iiipor't-incis'ofUhis'aii-houn'ce^  in- tlie'fact that: this isAhe first tihle. the  company lias" Gffloia.llyAAfhiAt.tbd-'Aita  inl.ohti.ohe..^  ingtftp. ��� f " -AA; '���*������:''./.'" ���"���'.--A-'-^ A ;Ad d".;A'-''  ;.;-A'no'thor,si;cry saye.xliatunder'-a. hew".|  arraii^emciVt recently ijlitercd intoA.by  ���'.'���airjdCorbiri.'the Spok&cc li fee-v.-ill, not  bte a branch liii'j-pf"the, CartaciianA'lchcir -1  die ; 'prpyier,. ti.i'i (.Aic.-v by j'&Sld and ''eaEt;  .e_;.-.:g_.p.falE!nVope  ' '" "  ' "'"' "'"���'���       :such'ratc ai:dyr-iTf*c.ar_"ahgeraent-s ,-a^  Acbwill;Be In Forctjfordciie  ar ���Eroiii a tlie 30t]i'Ao��d ���,-  -Mb^Ma  ptta^iyr Jui3:e|;2^-T]Sie;  A'Alf you ;w_int a sniart, np-tO:data ;pajr  of:conifortabfeshoes,,we'havevthH-.n iii  v.!Our lVIine.i*B A Shoes, fire ".the  best A in ���;;  the market ;;.'made tigbtand' durable ;'':������  ������>:^e;e^ry..'A'N>"TU  THIXQjiiv: ABoafiAof. the ,Iioiid:;'   and '  AB\�� Born;'' ;qve!ral.��' arid iiiinpers./y'd  ���''"-."ASee"'Ohi-.s'tpclcAof; 'S.tfet'.oiv.and ���'���pthcrA  '������;7iiikei-'c4'.,''hats/ourft''.Ay^  :ai!dybllvirs,-,tifdf*A'and, dundurwehf A . vWe-'.  dfeafrya cBvriplete divo^ch A-Jndd-ciiii  r^AJXi)  .-.'���j_-  ,-���*_.  J'-^S-^-v"^.**  ffi  ;:De  mm  -NtiddErp aapitald|8,'rQf>,GC)0.  ^eserved'A ��� >-d:AAv" Ag;qOQiPG6,   ���>. -  ;;.:  TQ.#;fesotlrcesA:-AS3>W0  "' >U__��^^^^.^���^%l��^^''''^''l^C'JrJ':gW^'i  ^assea  Allsde'r.  BjQi>  ���igM;::ryp,pIttm)3ia-,  ���tlirougbd-coininitte   a^nci  ;was-Teacl'va'v^ird5|  ���tliisAafternooiL.  :'the';:,vamencl&d:  vision:" 'is ��i3ia^e^-.itqr .-::ttte!;  :paymeHtyofAv  ::ptJD^o'rtion-^of-tKe  "ty!:;;,:upon;:^surpiu^  l:pr^$:.ex^b3?i^.d:frb^  \'vd'ivi;Ve\lest;':'daih'age'',..'..*.'iiita*  :dCro*'sdK^yi'a3;iA!Pcy  senlingy3,-jcti<jnsoi ii'sin*ilay.;i..ii:fcrv;''Ld-        ���.-���-.��� ...___v:..j���__;.__-_:_i..___:.___i_���_-���__________.  .axA-^up /before'.Ju'slic^  ip re me c oin-lrin ::i.Ie\ $bn' for trail... 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Icarfy  a.i:.h  ;y:BpN'T S^LECT-:TP1J;E  #is?SJE3:.A; v-'X^T��'C3"^..v.,;  ,t;feuinmcr;hSfc^  .irdowh.���riiklA-TKkbirflWwa fa^ ***��;�����!:%  a:px!iiib^:yoa-cah'ciirry^  id  .Oi-  ^;:.aaa  126; A'A-''  ahtec Ji'-ii  &J J_s_ A-5  ^  IViOiid OtiVco '  3,uAMr_K.ooi:  ;'% The above;-'dlBpatolJ iron}'��� ��� Ci.ttawiu:.; is  ono;oithc best';;piecesA-;pf A;-ne-ysv;ev.ei:  :i.^d-r'Wi.own!"to;the;peo^  t(jnay-.A.dThe::ifeadyihine6wners Ai'ave  'been .-grfii'i ted^e verythihgd :rthey,.' -j'sked  ford   The'bouhty-on;e^port"d: ore will  ;rem'ftind-v'lhd;d-.Adrcsd,,AorAd1on;e;;'.;A  irig sihApplication;to have tlie'nid added  !.'t.o'- tl'i'a;' 'original;;, i^t', ;\*?liit_h ^rl1|l;j:ir-'rjb:ibli'  .be.dpoe;,;ihjy*week^^  Thia'.;will uiake 91 pending,:'cases: and,  ike a'tbtai^amage^'c'laim. of:qyei;��800-;  "| pbOd}dTh|'$uiU,are;for.(iaraa  '������'ciJuntdo'U^  23, : 1902," byAth;e.explosit)n i-n  ;;Npsd2,  'And V> colliers; ot.Uie-.'C.oiii oreek ..;.iriiiies  hear Ternie, \8>... G.^whiciid resulted i>n  the death ot 125 ;n-iinersy;only ; 17-yd'  Uidsisin-'the Avork's-'sscaping. -A a:\A: AA1  ;yGBterda.y;d'.;A.'i:-; a a] '/��� ���':���'���' yv ' ;-;.'"A:,; J--yy  '" jkrs'lioutli liasd retnr:ledAAroin;A;h;&r  visit't'o'.l.er.rii'e;-',v'  -A. aa;': :vd:---':iA,'vAA;---  B,rfG,-Lead to Europe-;  Harry DirhpAk As';:;-Whiitbpfi**   at ��lAe  'dvliytlie/absenco^of any. big;grain sbip-;:  uU-iU-tsdfrW -R-A  .   ,     ...- ,.,;,  ,,,yv, ..  ,. :-,,.;. -;,,, .   f. A il ou tj c ^ 1 eji to s li i u C o m p ft ii y, 1. -. sjus^;  Moyie :.^orkihgQ of t.^e.St.;vB  :dvMrs*r.;\JdA!McMubon\yvas-yi_.i^ thefeQt*iu('di{^^  :;witlvMrr-an;d-Mrs'A;Ci'orddn  U'ii^V;;w;eek;';Q^^A; ayicl;;w.Viich.j>vill   makeAup vfor.;  "'"'   *���'-'--,-j-'���'''��������� ���'���       '-'!'"v"'"-'"?:      ''  U.'e;lig.itn'(_s-*.ofdthe wlitiatAsbipments^;  Thecohtruct'cuils foy'thc shipment' of  ���inr,:C.ranbrppki-;.-  Geo'.vA.- Sv?.an'ofcCranbrpokv;i_i(opehr  jy%^fA~K?-&-^^��  ���"     A__-^-����B*r*a-SiC>*����,',w,"''f,*i__l_-: ^ '���r~���  ���-JARLOYIE'S "LEillAIHG'd.HOTEL.  V.; A;  dilanagerCronin-OfAh^StvEugeh  ;^veli pleasechwheih he hi. liril' -the'-' ;hews  yesterday. ;,He sa^- thafcAlie company  .\va_5;'hov/;ihvpo.sit'ipn to .carry;,, put its  foreign contract which; amounts tD.lS,-.  OOOd'tpnsAv- ���That.Aildng j .ivithv. Athe  cunLrfictswithAlia Ideal aVn^ltcr*.. will  keep;ihe(imiuo running fora'good.long  time 'to,come;'   .-'   _���������-, ;   A .    ' ? - -.-, ���;���       ���  B,uriug,tlievmpnth of May 2,050 tons,  oi concentrates.were shipped; to .. the j  Trail anddNelsqiysm-Atany     A    d.     '  j  dd At-the rec;uiar   meeliug.df; .Wildey;  ;LQd^';i..-ti.--0!..:^  ;ing the" '��� folio wing officers ys'&re*. 'elected  lor the ensuing; term:  ,d- ,' v, v-v ,  A;;G. ���������AA Footi?. ��� A_*Toble   Grand,      .  ���A XJG- .Mpnkhouse, 'yice-Grand;'.. ���-,; ;;;-  .���������"''F.-'J. Bmyth.-Si-hretary.   ,;',.'.; v Ad  ':/\Fa:G. .Routlii Treasurer.    A.- A,  !',ThtJ ���oilic'ers'will. be /installed' on  the  j fitst meeting night ip. July,  'Dominion Day.  mm  H  "���:^  *t  I  '&"���'  k ^ .**  '1  m  m  mm  : ���;.^if''."  Th-e test of accommodationB  ���,.^"l1 i-:-for'.'thi.Traveling :P#lfe,  ,A.-WioWiA:HO^ ;;' a;'' I  tl it c . ��� ���   .  -. a v ��,.-. <���-���,'  S s s h ���;  S 9 e . if ?v*  P S * . -"  . *���  :'li'<:  ���'-a %  fl ��-fe#  Me dRiver-pam.  ing'.i'a restaurant in thevvFarreUv^hlpck,  AAWi lTitc!v.is,getting ind; bi3 v-otock  iof groceries "��� apdvhas ;'opene(|:h;is;';3tore.  'AA_:son;W-V3vborn;vrtoddMrA;^apd ,Mrk,  Johh -Ferpgl&pn��� 'Thhrfday hicfnihg,  :'jnue;2hd.d',;'AA;AAd'Av;A;;.;,;;,;;;;ydA;,':-;^  AyWih. :Milis';;and-;;fa'mily have - moved,  here from Feruie,; and .Mr., Mills;A-'is  agaih'working in thevmined A,; v ...yd--'-  ,' J.vHv Lines of .Republic,- ;AWash-A is  Visiting-with-liis uncle .and aunt, "Mr.  aud Mrs. R, B; Scott;. A ������ v - d ^-'A-'y'  ;l)r.' F. EAKing,.dentis;t, isfiriugup  liis rooms in the Farrell 'block, He  -iatenusypendmg'a g'docl -portion; oihis  <.-, S>,;  !��� i  jAfir-"!  Willsliortly open a brancllAtD. Moyie;  y  in the old Post Office building-, y^^   "Zil^ZTI^Ic---'"^^-'^^!'*^ HATS,  ft/.-viMteu.^.^.k.ih����.;. f;/A��;"A'        '  ..        . ..,*���._-!��!     l>T^U^-���*��'_*__!      inn .1 T 1 I   >? .  hn.ilt) 'TniM.  OF  iiK, Wkst." "Thtjy'rs beauties.  ������it^jfi  , -James OroninAA.dr.dC.lart: and   Geo,  Clothier wc.ro iiyCranl-rook;. yesterday  .or. --the purpose -dof '��� appearing. -'-before  Stipeudary Magistrate Ann&tron.-jAand  fylnig i-illdavits stating _th<_.   nature of  tho damage beingddohe by the darn,  at  oiitu-!-   ,of,M'>yie; lakc-which   v.*A_;<:built'  by: thfc."iSi.st Kootenay ' TymAor   C,*m-  pany., -This company ha-;   ai?c   cydc.  (���ounim; aiUdavits lo the eifecL ���..haiaho;  clam is In ho way a ��� detriment.   / The,  afaciavlta will beiorwaded  to/Victoria  and,wMiyome for hoiirnig-  lit-iorsAthe  'superior court next week,, ���       y   A ��  ':iti6-iiiidcr..lor.d-fhrtt-A.   Td, ��� Chui  has been fciltled: with for ;,the ��� damage  done -liis* ranch'by the high/'wi* ter.  ;. I.U Oi F/'Ooiivention,  Thonnnaal convention* of .the. IihIp-j  I hPl:I in T-Ossiantl, =l.une "StM and   -".'���;  ;.fho Cranb:oOlr   A<\?.v   will -vo   rfprfj-  l.  ; n- lhe people, of- Moyie"' inicncl Aele- j time :n Moyie,  ������ ; . Ad;    ,,, ,,     :   -.'  |.biV'tiV.js-Dominion Day it is/high Ai>iioj-;   T. MdTLobersAoi the arm of Arnold  I'tiiat aAmeeting-was oalted- and ,^d-com  ; m.ltee'a*. iioi.ri'ted- to look alter -ths  details of the, -afAair-A-AMoym ;willd be  ���'prosperous by .that -tini'e'';aud..the town  'should he''.able to ' hold AA creditable  celebration.   .    .:';:'���       ���'d',,; d  <fe-,Ro!.i.rty QivinbA-o';. v  Tlmrsih  T^Opefiing Dining Room.:./  'Joseph-Sjoblo'ni,' who has bet-n cook,  in;** at the Movie hotel for .somey'iVme  pn.se, has leased the Manhattan ; hotel  dim' ns 'room and up.'t-air's iind will (( be  open for business.tha iirst of next week.  Cranbrook HoteL ;;-.-.���.a'..-'-  Cra'nL  10'  Kok.i,-\vhiol-i  ill 3  ^"���'-beei. leasee! mid run.-- hy' -.liimea   ...yan  i   Moyie  bustli'ng for business.; d ���;-  ;EAE. Orchard was .i3p,--'f,rhm"'-.'Frank  Thursday. AHe ititencls. ,niaking:   some  iniprovemftnts..on  liis ; hGiisev'in -the  -L.-.ke Shore addition.;.-; ;   ;  ,,  . -    d,  *'."-'Messrs. .John McDonald 'Aiud ; Johi: j  Blackburndb-iAe purchased -the.,;/build- {  ings'tii the old lArk-Mimhen :i:.ftw-rciil:.j  north of town.  ,-;���������'   '.'. y y.--,v'..     AA\  ��� - R'AvE'A'S..' -Tayib:-''l:a'!- loft, for,the coast-  and will-'att'ohd college, atyow ;Wes'U  minister A Hisplace here will be ..tilled  by Louis Thomas of, Traill. ������ '     , ,;. "A  i CHunrii Surv'iues., ���  APi.'ESbVTKRi.ANT���-In -1lie   Oddfellows'  lti.il/' Sunday School ut. 3 p. th.  dEsv  ser'viee   at  ?AuO.       ���   ;  15,000'tdns of lead;oreirom the,.;;Kb0y  te'ha'vAdistrictAto -EuropeAd The '/com-'.:.'.  :   ..-A '.,...-...-       - -i-A, A':1.;... .. '���'��� .-    ,v    My '���'*'���':..���' -A. ���.-.V --���- V    -'.-���;���;���.  pahyih tins''way Aviil be svbledtp/fill :up;/;  '-.a--;great,cleai'voj';-space.oecupied in'other  'setison's byv-graih.A:ihe^greater ;pdr-jd  'jiio'i/pf'vtiii-*' lead Avllldcome froni.-/.the.-;  St/-Engcne irJtneut Mpyie.'/which;ha.3 ,.  a big contract with a Belgium firm.;-. ;y  -���/'.������"'���. ','/.'.'\y^~7A���--yA-C^.A  A"''���.'',  ���TheMby ie Fire Briga.de'; is plannihrg;  to give another dunce' on ' the'-.-'.e'ferimg;;.:  . ot'Dominion.Day, July  Xst.: '.^L'he ^e^-  hose reel.will- soon be   here   and ������'.he'  money will." have/to beyaiseu to^a*?-^^*;'.  it.    There is some' rapn'eyln .the /treasury but hot;,enough for-'this��� purposj.;  and;the dunce seems tod.be. tlie   rco^;  same  j,,  .feasible.,way of raising   it.   Th  -eohiinittee that'hafl charge of the   .last  dance'/tvill have charge of  the   coming  .che'.'.A"'.. ���     ."..������,- y      .   . y_' ��� "  v.y'-.A.'.Gatiiolid.-.-Social, a    j'::  .'. The Catholic ladies are, busily'-pre-y  /paring for their'-social, .which will, "bo  held in Alo'rloy hall next Friday' eveuT ,  ing, June IQth, Tliere will be straw-  berxies/ice. cr-_am, cake; etc.- They;  extend a .cordial invitation to. every-.  one','.and the affair 'shouldl'be.' well  patronized,    A good time 'is   assured.  for the past.  ,ix Avemy, ^cf^^ i^E&rvone welcome.   .       . . . .  hands,     Victor Eo.hins of   Oiaabrook-j ,. -      -.c'AIc'DIA TIM ID. Taster.,  nind Geo. Hoggaith i'-^ le^ou it   a^. r -^^  rvTalh charge   ��� 'i'hcgenial��� l.o.ni- liOU-t-*.-   ..���.������ ���- ���    -   ~   ~~" .    ���,-.  S.a. V'Ocu rot.uned as imti-vvger.   ��� /  ..'-   ;   j"; .A...-      '...,-.'.���.���  SUBSCRIBE FOB   THE   EEADEI\  2'  Poiulur -Cigar,  T.A0-i'iavid. Kai'tim  cigar u,  gam iu g  dav.' T).   Jd  THE  (f7ra;tM_!*i.���r  -ir*  f-yr-   '-Tr*   "V  a      n  .MEN'rJ    FURNISHERS.  y-x-y-ryrt  K:~'F  -,vfr^v-sr-.\JV..\-T^.rf>.rijnri^t  Thn Onnb-oO ���: ���lodge   wm ��� uu   ^t"    ; m       wmuuay   -  i..,*.,,    ������...    -r  le^^sLAlorrow^y  and the'Moyie lodg, by -J'. ���'-  Smyth, j nl!1u,ng.larger'sale.-: m'.h each   trip   on-  F.  EA  Siinpsi.'O  of Cranbrook,  gram! | ti,,v yoiCd  treasurer, will :'-"^  [)'���   in,, (lie   atU'iul  ani/;-  lAivv  The   (h-h'gf.te*- y.*_  :u,An-;x:, ?Jc:v,lvv.;  li     k'llVO  _<r  Early, Closing'  IU'  iioenal m%  i__   JV'(&  CAPITAL, yAut.v-n;*.':-  CAPITAL, (Am';   l-MV-  REST A -..-���-������   ���  i) OFFlGK.TOUOdTTO,, Ail  '...nSffl '��� MK'lMinT.Trcn. -D. IA WI  J#|- UAV, .Sb,llsu;,L-.G,m. Idi-.migfK  '���P��# -  ,,T-'.  dw t> A Mif)D Amr ^"Rft i^ -i ��� a!    '  LfeiM-1 * ii lM KH.UU IS. DLxaI **���*���*���   i  P-T. n 53 f| il.  ;. �����,.;},{';(.(),(-00  d.s> t;1';^ ;; [/;  *  AAA.  C'  ', \ .*���   V "  iMvi'rcf and    Gen.  v-   .*���"'.<>  i-'F.���_/.:, c:iiiA ii'-y  ���' Thos, Grill Dead,  \\"  'j'homns  i CAA ni MfV.  ; 'llillvai-i.  !'![;��� i'-'i  U'r  yAiy-;"-'  ,^,. l.,-i;<-;*i>f ���'  -;A1. l-.".--r..c:-  ,,  died, at  .hi.*  ,-.!i! ng/d^d (-ii  wife    and   si:  :,'LrA-   idos'ii-'.-^   m-'*.'---.ii mi.   !"-'on:  iMfo-^Ji'-ic.'-i'.y.'u   Wed'i.>d;vy    <���;---.Aug  J-.M'ie Issi., and it is i,*.ivisiir.   sat.isia.trum  i i;i i-veryone,     i i.o ai.on.s i .,.,_.. s.i.i. ..,.-.  ?i"iA-, ud i J- o'clock,    A    -'���      ' ���  ' '.  m,' -,.;*.-' i-T/ii'AVT THY  **mK-BM*mnas��  Wc KaVc had a book prepared ; by a  practical out-door cook, which gives  n-.-ipvd cvofi'"-  *iic/o*e^tions and receipts for  '..-��� -u-y   ow '     *. d' 't)t. ������-    ^   . .    .    i -.  cooking,  building   hres, care   pi  camp.  -  l_ V-- f ��  id  vvi.  ( -\ v^  ������t  i i i  st   and  clriuire  . iion'.'-rii'.'.'b  ���,,.,-;: i (uin .al  ;iiu: i-  ���������:'��� -j COSMOPOLITAN  help in;camping, c  , yv��������,^��'^*^,i.i'*~''  .iMriwWKrjrwt*^���'- r":  - t_v>_a__* ^*_'J��i,- �����--���  on t  n  -, A  Tiiying, JiinLnng  1        '"     nr'        .   A.]A  ���ted  H'l-.'^MJ  lA-.'y.y-f'y'   ?���������: -?xs(r|! s3 jsr-b? ! l     ���-\vnv:'Nr i>   ��� ���.  .i  \aAAAA    >��� ������'������'**' ": '-���" ���'*"    . .^, A'-?j"p."pnoTr..  |pl&*VlN'.K" l>l.;Vi;TMEiN T-intore-t, nliowed on deposits^  VV it a^ d|^r!xite aohl, avaih.hlo in all   p-uts   ^   Cs-u.i.la..  ' nit-"-l  1 J P!��urol^-   Huecial attention given U, collections,  MM  '.('ir.  and  ( );���;  11 III A  ct;.. -  .,    AAv.l .ied  -��i'..0(*.  j. F. M. .P1NKHAM, Manaflcr. ^|        T^ H0^AKD,   Pr.pp.  ,j,  i;.   l��OW?. M.S,   I'vaj-.  (,'iood rooms, good  tables and 'bar,  and first- ela.s sample._."'���>ylr.  . a n _���':  i -.- .,*- ��� *  Or/ |vyAs_li_-,  ;MI'  ���.-* **���  ��� 'i     . ����� /*��  ���i% _'  __ , TL-T-- .r.^-B....-J-.T,"v,- -- "*,-" "~rr:���,/"*"" "V3!T-^7 v'--^7!.' "Ti-^^iM  *oB��w��K_BHHSBa5^rv;^^ J At jam _fc_____u_(__��  ���1J-1��� _l MTW ���__!_���.  ���A**  .EASTER   TOILETS.  _/  She  Tells   How   She   Administered   a   Dose   to   Mr. Bowser,  %o Wanted to Demonstrate His Abilities In  Taking  a   Bed  Apart  [Copyright A1903,'by C."B. I-iewls..  f WANTED one of tlie bedrooms  repapered, and when Mr. Wowser  came- home from the odiee tbe  other evening 1 asked him il! lie  would not stop ;u the furniture store  next morning and, have a man sent up  to remove the furniture.  1 "Not if I Know myself.'* he promptly  replied. "I've., got nothing to do this  evening, and it will be u nice hit of exorcise for me to clear that room, out. 1  don't propose to pay a ..furniture man  Si'*, to hank around here for a 'week  when I can do the work in half an  hour. That's you oxuctly-always  ready to push me along toward the  poorhouse in any way you can.*'  "But  the  burr.m  and   bedstead   are'  mahogany and   very  heavy and  c-uin-  "I'rm wat_t_oi* this drm bedstead out or  llKRE IN TllimU HOOTS 'AND A HOI-LKl.."   '  bersome," i~ protested. "Last year  when you set out to,,lake down tlie  bed"��� '  "I took It down." he> interrupted,  "and never was a bedstead taken down  quicker or better."  "Hut the headboard fell against the  wall, and the footboard fell against  you, and"���  "And nothing' of the kind happened,  , .Mrs. Bowser. I had the room all clear  in twenty minutes, as I sball'this time,  and if I stubbed my 1oe or anythiiig oi*  that kind it didn't amount to shucks,  You stay right down hero while I do  the lightning act."  When Mr. Bowser sets out to carry'  a tiling through, no protests or arguments are of avail, and so I realized  that it was useless to say, more. However, when he had changed his dothe3  and was ready to begin work I slipped  part way upstairs and presently I  heard him say to himself:  ' "The idea of petting a furniture man  up here!' Does Mrs. Bowser think r am  a childV I'll wallop this old bedstead  out of here in three hoots and a holler.  Off comes the mattress aud���and"'���  ln trying to pass through the door  with the mattress over his shoulder  Mr. Bowser bumped his head against  the frame and had to-drop his burden.  JI e used the English language in which  to express his feelings, and he made  use of words 1 had never seen in the j  downstairs with your nose In a novel v  he answered as he waved me away.  "Yes, ,but I thought I heard a bump  and a fall up here a little while ago,  and"���  "There have been no bumps and no  falls. What you heard was the infernal old cat playing circus with herself. When 1 don't feel equal to taking-  down a bedstead I will call for outsidc  help."  "But last year, you know"���  '"I know nothing about la*-t year, and  you get out while I linish this job. ��H"s  a funny thing that I can't set out to  take down an old bedstead without lhe  matter being made' a momentous affair.'"  I went part way downstairs, and after growling to himself for two or three  minutes ho began work, lie hamed  the bedstead out into the middle of the  room and got one of the rails out of  the footboard, and I hoard him chuckling:  "Just as easy as grease! Now 1 lei*  the end of the rail drop on the' floor  until I take out the other.. The man  who put 10,000 feet of lumber into this  bedstead must have had a sawmill at  his back, but my quiet little way  wiir���   ' ��� "     '  1 knew it -would come, and when, the  footboard l'eli with,a crash I was not  greatly startled. As' the house got  through vibrating I entered the room  and found Mr. Bowser surveying the  footboard in a startled way and said:  "I told you lhat you needed help. I  will call the cook, and the three of us  together can manage the' headboard."  "Woman.'will you obey me or won't  you?" he demanded as his white face  began to grow red again.  "Yes, of course.- but you can never  manage that heavy headboard alone.  If you try to take the rails out"���  ".Madam Bowser, I am running this  job, and I'll make a success of it even  if I have to brhi'gaip the crowbar and  tlio ax. Don't let me' see you up here  again until I call."  I had to take my departure, but I no-'  tified the cook to stand'by for a hnrry  call, and we were both crouched on (lie  stairs when Mr. Bowser removed one  of the rails from the headboard. He  didn't seem to have any particular plan  ��� about it, but just lifted the rail out.  and next instant there were a terrified  yell and a terrible'crash.. We rushed  into the room to find that the other rail  had slipped out and let the massive  headboard fall flat and that Mr. Bowser had not been-quick enough to' get  out of' the way. It had .caught and  flung him clown on his face, and only  his head appeared (o view. ,1 saw that  his eyes were open and that ho was  conscious, and I asked:  "Mr. Bowser, did I hear you call to  ineV"  lie fetched a groan or two, but made  no reply.  "I see that you are still running your  job,  but you  appear to  havo stopped  lor awhile to take a rest."   ,  ' He opened and closed his eyes, bnt  he couldn't find words in which 1o ex-  GOWNS AND HATS THAT WILL GRACE  THE  GREAT   SPRING   FESTIVAL.  A *L5sht Cost emu Dalit on Lutest  Fc&Iiiounblc Line.���Oilier Fete 13ay  Gown. an<l Headsrenr��� Flowers ixn.il  Pluiuvh lu fc-uual Favor.  Perhaps as good an idea of the smart  toilets for Easier, early spring and the  southern resorts may be got from the  consideration of one of these^costuines  as in any other way. The lirst cut  shows a confection of this sort which  may he carried out in a cream or other  light tint of crape or glace Utfota. set  off with hands and llounces of openwork and a kilted anrou pancd. The  belt and bows in lemon or Line velvet  INGRAIN  CARPET  RUGS.        | pef ggyflftan CofaM  i   .  J__.*.<_f_  at  Home-.  Very  IT-lty. Soft  :*.urf  Ahniii.1   Kv.-rlnsiSliiK'.  Hugs are most usclui things in the  scheme of summer lurnisliing. Beau-  tiuil ones may he made from strips ot  'old ingrain carpet. Nothing could feel  softer under the foot, and if the carpet has pretty colors in it the rug becomes "a thing of beauty" and almost  ������a j'ov forever,"' so durable is it. A  writer in the New Idea Magazine has  the following to say about this kind of  rug:  For u foundation take a piece of  strong material the size of the rug  wanted. Denim or duck is preferable,  and if a dark shade is used the rug  will look neat underneath without lining. Since large ones become , ,t0o  heavy to handle a.s a whole, especially  if* the sewing is done upon a machine,  if is-better to cut the foundation into  two or three pieces and sew the pieces  lOgether when finished.  Make bias a strip of the carpet and  then cut it into strips about one and  one-third inches wide. Sew one of  these across the foundation directly  through the center of the strip. Turn  up one edge and sew another strip  through the center also, as close to tIn*  lirst as you, can, continuing this process until the foundation i.s covered.  The stitching when viewed upon llie  underside should he from - one-third  to one-half of an inch apart. Of cotu><-  tiie closer and more evenly the strips,  are put on the tinner and'more dura-  hie the rug. After a number' have  been sewed on each should be.partially frayed. As these are bias they fray  easily and stand, up. a/soft, furry pile-  that feels e_omfortab)e underfoot. If  the fraying is done unevenly the top  of the rug should be sheared '.smooth  and swept free of the lint. Short ends,  of the strips may he pieced in and never be noticed when all are frayed, and  clipped, so that every scrap Of the car'  pet can be used.  We have a rug made out of old carpet to start witli that has been a door  mat for six years and is still too pre.-'  tv and serviceable to throw away.  ie?  Mr.    Voglesteiti    Drops     In    to    P_cl'_-_ts  More o��   K��s  Woes  ER odder day, vhen I vhas -*_.*.-  v-m ing oop tier heels of some  shoes for an undertake;-, so  dot he can vhalk mil shuv  mid sioiemn steps, Mr. Yogk-.vn.iu,  comes in.und sits1 down mid don't say  nuttings. 1 don't say nottings., too.  mid it vhas ten minutes p.-fore he  calls out:  '���Hans, vhas I some horses or oxen,  dot you don't spoke t'o nioV"  '���Hut you don't spoke to me." I says,  " "Dot vhas deeferent: I vhas abused  all der time. It vha.s so 'dot I can't  vhalk around initout somepody comes  some tricks on inc. Do you know vhat  happened to me yesterday?"  ��� "1 can't tell, on less you run on for a  street car."  '���Vhell,  I waits on der corner to see  Mr.   Kleinfeldt about  some cabbages.  I EASTlil! On S.MAJ.T SI'ltlNCi  UOW.N*.  have an ivory colored facing.    Around  tlie neck a twist of velvet, kept down  with bows, displays the same two col-,  ors.  Among hats that have-been prepared  to be worn witli, others, of these fete  day gowns are the two pictured in the  second' cut. The first, designed to .accompany a light, cloth gown garnished  with silver lace, silver medallions and  scallops of black velvet, is df crinoline  hound with-black velvet and bedecked  with a mass of variegated roses.  The second hat gives the finishing  touch to a Louis XVI. costume ofi  eolienne in the most delicate shade of  pastel green, with a pointed bodice and  stomacher of pink ombre velvet. The  hat is in horsehair, enriched with brocade ribbon and long amazon plumes  in white or shaded green and pink.  Paris  promises   many   new  features  for  the coming season.    Tlie fullness  :llifllii:iLf'iVi--!''!j___Xi_:J  Cle-inI��K'i I.ucfjncreil Ilrn.i.  As every one knows, .lacquer is put  on brass for tlie 'purpose of preventing rust, verdigris, etc., but notwithstanding, this lacquered brass sometimes "'becomes soiled, and in that case  the following is a good way to clean it:  It must be immersed in hot. strong soda  and ��� water and brushed with soap.  While still covered with the lather it  should be dipped in very hot water and  ijfter remaining there a minute.or two  should be lifted into cold water and  subsequently dried. It should not'"be  necessary to polish the'brass after this,  process,, and it must he remembered  that the lacquer is only a preparation  laid on the surface and is liable to  wear oil' if the article be subjected to  rough treatment ' , *  IT   HAD   C'Al'CHT   .\M>   FUJNO   HIM   DOWN   ON   HIS   FA i'i-..  I  �� Is.  dictionaries. IT was five minut'-** .*���-  fore liis head got over aching, and he  then madc-a new and Mi'vc-.ml attack  on the mattress.  , When it had been disponed of lie returned for ihe sprinii1*. lie made a  sudden dive and lifted and twisted and  yanked, and I knew that another calamity was at hand.  As Mr. Bowser be'i.m to prance  around the room with lhe spring*. I  heard a sudden fall and ran up and  looked into tlie room to find him on his  back, with Ins. logs tangledaip.-with ihe  wires. , 'I. drew back while he was getting up, and for the next live minutes  he, was .busy with an oration in which  the landing of the pilgrim fathers, and  the Satanic- ingenuity' o'(f the nian who*  invented bed springs were about, equal  ly disparaged.   .  Wlien it was concluded ho got hold  of the springs in a careful and deliberate way, and they went-to join the  mattress without' further 'adyonture.  Then he was ready to take down the  bedstead, which was really a job for  two men, and as lie stood and surveyed  it I heard Iii in say: A  i "It's as lik; as a house, but I'll havo  the best of it in live minutes." '  "Mr. Bowser." I said as I entered  Hie-room and found hiui standing lie-  fi.i;-.-- the bedstead w.lth a .raiher anxious look on his face, "don't yon think  en"!; or I had better help yju take out  un-  ra i is".'"  "Didn't   I    reyuest   you    to   renin  i press his reeling-:. 1 wlnkea at tu-*  took and remarked that '-lie had belter  go down to th'-' kitchen and linish her  work", and we weni downstairs together.  I expected Mr. I'.ow---;- would call  out, but he didn't, il" was determined  not to ask lor help if he died for it,  but at llie end of lil'mon minutes ho  had to give iu and raise a shout. I'p  we went, and cook and I got. hold of  ihe headboard ��� and tilled and lifted  and liniilly got it clear, and then Mr.  I.owser slowly sat up and glared at  ino.. '   ��� . ''   ' ...  "Did the infernal -old cat play too  much circus'." 1 asked as I tried to pat  his'head. . ..-���'.'. ,  .   "Woman," he shouted as he found liis  voice   at:   last,   "how   dare   you   stand  .there and look me in the face'.'"  ',. "But what is wrong with my looking  at you'." '    ,  "Assassination! Would be murder!  But up job to have nie crushed to pulp'!  Tomorrow,, ���woman���tomorrow Ave see  cur respective lawyers and arrange for  a divorce!" ���  But 1 got him into bed and rubbed  his back'' with liniment and applied  witch! ha/..el to the bumps, and ���bruises-,  anil when he finally fell asleep it was  to mutter to himself:  "Ought to have had three or four men  to help me, just as Mrs. Bowser said,  but I wanted to show off. Mrs. Bowser's all right, and I ought tu be hit  with two bedsteads!'' M. QUAD.  EASTEK  HATS.  of the skirts, the trimmings In circular' fashion and ihe fashioning of  sleeves are all points worthy of remark in the spring fashions It U evident the materials will be supple, soft  and clinging, making the effect of the  fullness much more graceful.  There are many women who will he  pleased to learn that the plain tailor  made eoat'and skirt are becoming more  and more a favorite in the Parisian  smart, set. The coat will, however, be  cut with a basque in the old Newmarket style, having as a 'waist, line a  sen in following a sloping effect in front  eon vspondiiig with tho new style corset'. AMY   VAHNL'M.  No   Gre.-Ke   in   These.  There is a housekeeper iu Maini;  whose doughnuts are famous not only  in her owu home, but throughout lhe  neighborhood. She attributes a great  part of their popularity and healthful-  nc-ss to thiij little finishing touch: She  bus a bowl of hot water on the stove,  and as each doughnut is removed from  the kettle it is plunged for a moment  into the water, thus removing any superfluous fat. The-need and value of  this are shown hy the grease coated  water and by the added delicacy and  healthful nature of these most popular  doughnuts, says a Good Housekeeping  correspondent.  The   French   AVny   With   Vcnl.  Yeal i.s tender when it is killed, and  alh that is necessary is to have the animal heat thoroughly out of the body  and the "rigor" of the muscles relaxed  before it is fit .for food. The proper  way of treatintr veal is to pound tiie  iii-ors, as the French do, as some ignorant Americans treat beef���a barbarous way to treat such a noble meat. It  breaks the fibers and lets out the juices.  Yeal is not hurt hy breaking the fibers.  Fin cm!   Fool wen r.  The pretty little mules shown in the  illustration from Yoguo seem made by  fairy lingers, so' delicately fashioned  arc they In every particular. The Bonis XVI. heel, while not exaggerated in  height, has lhe grace of an extreme  model, and tin* rather broad -.hank affords a greater ri-si to the wearer.  The  IIcnoration   of  "Velvet.  Velvet is now so much used thiit.it Is  convenient to know how to revive and  cleanse it. Velvet that has been spotted  by rain may be restored by passing the  'wrong side quickly over, a vessel of  boiling water, then' over a warm iron,  .which, a -second person should hold.  Another nioil.e is to use a very hot iron  covered by a cloth, wrung out of hot  wafer. The velvet back may touch the  iron in this case. the. process being literally a combination' of ironing and  steaming. For large pieces of velvet a  heated brick can be covered and used  in the same way. Owing to the greater  surface time is saved. The pile may be  nruslied up with a soft brush if very  badly injured. The lirst mode is recommended only for slightly damaged  velvet. The dust should be brushed or  shaken out. before resorting to nisy action of heat and any grease spots removed hy benziu��.  vj.    *&J*g9^^-~  ,.  finally  he  Is a   man   to put me out  _(EL.r OVi- un; (1KASS!     .don't   you skk  DOT SltJN V"  Vliile. 1  waits I  lean oop against dor,  wi.ll.    By mid by a 'policeman comes  along und yells at. me:  ',- 'Don't you see dot sign of paint oop  dcre':'  .  '��� T do,' 1 says.  . " 'Den   how  vhas  you  sooch   a  fool  ash to lean oop against der,wall?  Your  hack vhas all outer paint.   If you can't  read you ought to smell.'    ���  " 'But see here.' I says to dot poliee-  ninn. ���gife. a man- a chance. Dot sign  Kiiys paint. Vhas it green,- white or  hliK-k paint? Vlias it paint on der wall  Or on der roof? 1 f;it vhas paint.on der,  wull den dot man should ,put oop a  si��n dot tells nie so. 1 shall sue him  for .-$10 damages to my coat.' .'  '���Dot otlicer looks at me two minutes," says Mr.' Yogelstein, "und den  he says I should go home und sandpaper my head. How vhas it. Haii**'-  ���M'fiy should 1 rub my hair off ui'it  N-iiidpaper? Does dot take der paint  oil' my coat? Speak oop und tell nie,  .und don't sit here like some cabbage  heads."  "I can't tell how he vhas;" I says.  "Vhell. you -.has some shackass. 1  guess. Two days ago I take a walk  in der park to smoke my pipe und  think. 1 walk vhere I please, und  pii'oty soon- a policeman comes along  und yells at nie:  "'Keep'off der grass! Don't you  sot' dot sign.'  " 'But  I  don't   be  on   der  grass,'   I  Buys. 'I vhas on dor snow.'  .  '��� 'Vhell. keep off der snow."  " 'But vhere vhas der sign?'  " Tt vhas here,' he says, und he  Hikes me py der collar und throws me  ten feet' nvhay und says 1 don't know  ash liiooch'ash a goat. Yhas dot right.  ilnn-A. Yhas dot good society .to lling  nie,around like dot? If 1 don't see no  siBii of 'Keep Off der Show' can't 1  vluilk on him'. By dunder. 1 vhas  mad. u_ul if you don't answer in.  quoek I shall' smash out der windows  of (lis shop!"  "Why you vhalk in dot park?" I  say*-.  "Because I like to smoke und think."  "Vhy don't you sit on der fence?"  "I'oi.-auso I won't do it."  . "Den   I   don't say  nottings  und  get  myself in some lawsuit."  Mr. Yoglestein keep.s quiet for fife  minutes vhile he shakes his head und  scowls at der wall, und den he says:  "MaypoT sue a man for .?".0.000 dam-  :i(,'c.s. I vhas going oop Oreeu'iivoiiue  dor odder day vhen 1 conies to an auction place. I drop iu to see how she  vhas, und dot auctioneer vhas holding  oop a gold watch to sell. L don't know  Iilm. but I guess he knows me, for be  nods his head to nie und says ten dol-  l:ir. 1 nod my head to hhn, und he  says it \has 'leven dollar, lie nods  tliul I nod,('ind so it goes for fife inin-  iile.-t, nml den he says dot watch vhas  sold lo me for nineteen dollar. I says  it can't be,   und   he says it  can,   und  MO .".IK PKKT'I-'V niTTM.  MUl.tS.  most; exquisite'silks and brocaded satins arc used in milking, the linings being of flic dominant, shade 'or white.  Itilibon trimmings around the edge  are sometimes used, and fancy. cords  are seen on souk.- of the'.best models.  Old brocades are often pressed into  use for their fashioning and make extraordinarily artistic models. The fool:  looks only about half its size in these  mules.  und keep mo nvhay. All der peoples  laugh und clap der hands, uhdl vhas  so ashamed ash neffer vhas. Hans,  can't J. sue dot man-? Can't I make  liim [ia,v big .damages? If he don't  know me should ho hod.liis head to me?  Speak', oop und tell mo dot before I tip  sonic damages."  "You don't know some beans," I  says.  "You vhas a liar!"  ,       ,  We don't speak again for a long time.  If I look at Mr. Yoglestein ��� liis hair  stand oop; if he looks at me I vhas red  ill der face. He gets tired out py und  py und says:  "Vy golly, hut I pelief I shall haf a  barber arrested. I vhas going along  dor street, nnd I see a sign on a harbor shop dot reads. 'Shave For 5 Cents.'  Hot looks like some bargains, und I go  ill und sit down on der chair. Dot bar-  hfli" shaves my chin und puts avhay ids (  razor und says Ik; vhas done. '  " 'How vhas It?' I says. '  " 'It vhas all serene,' he says. ; ,  " 'But; you only shave my chin.'      *;  ��"Of'cdurs(  fife, cent.'    .      ,  . : "Do you  ..-.-A]-.'  It vhas shaw V,.>'..,-,.'-,  say d.ow (,iia.w!i ;S--:U       ��� '.'".fgMjf&p,  uml   I'-liaf. tod,v,v-;,,,;. ;,���,,. llisv|^^g| i  ���''��� (nil yy-.d-"ifali*8**-  ���      '"u-�����-safer  more pefon* In  Dunder und  ln-jidi"."-uiRVW  vlni! go to, ash fiia'ny-..lfi-il-.:;;.;V;P��ggg^V-.::  :et justice?,������-.Dot,..  dot barber can U  sp':a  pcfor.",. und 1 p.cjj.ef Alr.y^A;  'get  discouraged ; v'mf ko''i,ur'v  not so. i:o\vefl'.er. - H  und il.'.ii-'..si.y's.: ''.'  ' ���'Oiie;,dday  lust-week iyty  out.  tihdv.i _seev;;i,dstUlh.(] i!^1  vindow of a .store' ��� I A  t��> ili'i-.-iiian;  " Tliiwv !i:(_oe!idyh;is4fdfer..  wood*.'' 'Ay:'";. A vA .- ' 'A' A''  ������'Vh.itlyo'ti'.-'iji.-i'i'j:';' h,. S;;,vA  " T like' todiuy a-(-uril of-woyi  " 'Deiid'y-'ni iiiHst- jj(i:;V-j61,  vard.dv  ...   -..'; ���'���...."' v. ;;:���   -;.".'"  WW*:* li*  ;<.<���*; in,., j  'lm  WA  ai-t-*i  van  ���ihit-,,-1; peliefv.d.f-d-vljyiiVj^  '���'TlowA-ybu peik-f���������'('lot?-.' c  see n IieiirAh; der viij-!u\v. ;nij  a, bear.'ili'i- sign-of a, fur stor..'-  " ���M.aypeAlic;-:v!ia^,; l,iu;";4,  liws iiiAder; ������'wv'd'o4s'-:1ji;.'.-Vliis' ���  siuu of ^(.m^woodyuHiydv  "I)cn? do_A man ���.-itlls-viiic _'/���  saj -���>' I shall;.go. home 'und'siK:;-.  uml drink cathii�� tciiytiwi'vli. /  lliol'e' ahillgi. l-sh^litleV-k ;(>h ;^r  grabs inypy.di'i- back uml  of   lilS-dj)!;;'(-oAi- Vl i'ans.  UiA'iA  aboutvder licar?Ad- AyA.A.A  ���T eiiii't t''ld.,Av,'yA;,;*dd "y ;A. ;-.||p.  "If ypijvsetAaAiftii-do'tftyoti ^Mj$  woodyardsY' AAA vd :,Av /' ';-������������ ��������� |g|F  "I netf(.iA''seo;AibAiie.iis."'-'.Adv;;  ,    "Vhy'shouhl; I Koakiiiylioad;'1,,  , "f (lu'ui.bAA'Ad'AAAA '"' "  ���'Vhy-shOuhi'l di'hik ohiniji u-a?;  "i gi f ;.i tAio:��."..;*.;.Av:'��� a; ���������'.;,���';;;.  "Han!*.."; ho --says 'ash ,|.�� siauib  "viias; yoii?yiei-A!igge?t::du!id;-r���'*.  I��oti 11" li i i.i a. l. s - vi M 'd:i! i ..:_.v"i-ii:er leu ?.'-'.A  "J pelief/;1 yha-AAIyays'" '  " Den .j; shall, tfo .ho-m. unify;  go py -Texas iind- ilalifa'..!'  ;yyy"'yAAr:-;d-'AM^q:1  fli'i-  1       'y':yyy.  Ren-iiynrlnic.    ,  T   wasv.speiuling.An- for;':d.-ijnl  tTOlf ���������**������'.!  ff-Jgf- ft!  .���Jsfmti.*:*.s  A-m  ���v -'A$"-y  'shSaJ.jj-'-A  StrathaveiiAScoUaud.'AMi'l.I-Obi.rl" , ^ f^:  Maiite.ll i;ecently. . "At thii;,inn-yri jj^^v-ii  I ��� was -'stopping lived niiii; oi-1,.'$*-��� '/(y  who overe |irepainng to; visit die t|" SUWfl'  ed Sfate^-A- Na.Ui.riil.ly;',,:':cii-ir.i'ii;':>J -_ v^|-;  quostioiiedv-;hie-d"tAsoiiio-j^ \\^i\  the 'tidpA anddthe..--6kl-,.'j;ctn.tjoiaaa.i" wr  anxious Aovkhovv;;\( ifA.\yh^ "yoif |  gerous,, to, cross ,,the;'o-win. -1' sssj      -j,  him Ih-itAt, wjis^notvat ;ai;id.li._iar^     S<>  a 1 though if Avas of^��-u ycry rou^ii.|  sistertiisi'ciied AhitV-iifly..'.uu-j'-ta;        ,  marked, vwitli Aa ;sigh;; of.'conienlnj     V]  ���Xweel,:AwYehyy.'^'^>'AAArV L���  siiiniiicuv^aiiddlAhink tl.ie''i'|'f''/^g^  vera deep.' "^-Bdiuldh Nc'iri. A, y||ff^  I.uliicr ���'���;*>! rimcc.  / j. oL��e .,*%;Miy|  1  Sii  Mr. -Worm^-Sayyy-ve- l'*;onS  through- this history ami ''ii^'1'11'1'^"Mfe  ed a  thi.ig.-New-Y6.-l-.Kvenipi;Jtp  ual      ���'��� xv'-������������������     ;' '     kte  A  Modern,..IiiMiro.voiiien*.     .  One of the fresiFah- fund��� elm  who had been staying on a ���far"- H  Chehanse..;lil.. was ..in��a.-.l A-^'H  ern iinprovenients he .l^-ovcwd-uitl  His .a'ttention was iiltracteil uj  swiftlv whirling wlnilmill.: ^'"I  which a number of P'^ "*,(-' NU|  ing In the mud.' ������er.'f'^i  "III! "Hi!     Fellers, coin" ho  shrilled   at   his   compi'-aon-*      H  h  tl  hrilled   at   bis . coini'ii'*'-*";        <���    ^bmm  ere!   They've got chytMcfu>*>.W|5  he pigs olt with!"AStc, V����l,ftVl  '^1*1  A   Clev.-r   Hutr-  "You know how fathu i'i* \  talking all the Atiine -wIh"*-"  Skates comes to eall on nu  "Yes." ..,,,, j  "Well,  we  fixed   hhn  ^\w'"  right.   We got him to. read tin'.- 4  und .fapaiieso  iiames  in  ���}.-������ ..'  patches, and Ids.jaw was soon s  that  he  couldn't   talk  ahevt-n  per."--CIevelandT,lain .Deid-'f-  f_uc"NS_ii.r.  "It's an automobile story."  "Then   you    will   have   no ^  horstMiian in the first cliapt-'i ���'  "Oh. yes.    The publisher'* '^'^fl  .having, him.    They are g��"i'r:   ' ^/rf|  a    rich    prize   io    whoevef   ''"^^  guesses what becomes of him- '    >*  The   Ocitr   Clrlf  'I-hc   licit r   i.i--.- _.   Hj^  Miss Koseate-Fred says lie �� | A-  me because I am the pl.'tiir" "r >'l i y  Miss Pallid-Yes, the kmIK hf A>  was always cra/.y for, any"'1" I- ^  painted.��� Life. |  A   Hnlli-onil   A<"HiI'"-' _  ..ilinny liiul  a train ami fn!' ^ ||(,  That would stem' '���''H'SM .'t.,liatld  V/IHl   It   chlttLM-,   Mil''''-'1'   ,"1  And a roar.  Many enrwoes tIM "W .':!lT.rL,\. .Jf.'I^II  noumlithc iHirllH of t i> ,";"sc,Ilt tt4, -)����  Now a. iriisiplauwl HWllcli d:'-*- * k J    *.  Tu tliolr end. [   'I'iijj  For one day they matl�� ������ :'"'," v-���n,  .     Whll.; Ids father stoni"*'''   ��� , ^njrj  And the switch was o-^'l "  1U' 'Isiiiifiife
lit to i.
ital«Bm'Sa«f;, — --,—~r—~-    ,     .h.„ --,-e.inn c-r'"';
I'i-tces "IVlit-_!<■'■ War, PovfrtT sail X*. .*a-
.,/-.'..      . li'oiK-s:.-;   Are . 1/* __'__; iio^vju./'
De'nm!U'k"eiai:us. that there .is not' a
•jierso'ii -i.n ;'her domain >vhcT cannot'read and 'write.,;"On the northeast
eoast-of. New Guinea, tiie.ishuid of Kh-,
tiiba, surrounded by .i.:v.*ail'of cqra'l '500
feet high., on one side and from GO' '*■*■
TOO -feet on .the -'oilier;- hi a hit
::te9ri villages of;natives, to w'
i,i_-AH'uOc   '■-■','.',
•■-•ai i 'crime and• p.ov,ei
"h ' "incdJ the-be;
sin i
,;».fe'llKS  roia.'i')../«-^V^;V  !l,iik'itu'll-.nal.
•''^'■JVW'.. ,!  ,.'v ofOTOnfiH-.n-l-
§t?^S ,.,
_.    iitsvcr,, vVill.  ho   r.
;>ii*> .ri.-iiirt!'.lyy;fOr rUi
..... d l.i.iiii*' -such 'i.havl
ii-hiVl'V a.K.' (iiU'Vi'iJUtlV.:
vi! 'in ; thi.Vi-tyi'teitr- of
■o'i!.'-- {-,-lievt>,,:oiiu ..ill
■■".i'-ur-iiK. ;!*iViiicv.vvdi<.ti|
iniiUiuli.ui'uU-il   state,
,-/ V:ii,?|<i,.'u'ifViyi" 't.l)i;dir.i.1iiesi
jiodTii'lutiiiiif'.-V.vy'hif.'.ti'.!; Ciuiiiiiie
ire's own: 'rest v. i.tttlves.■• vi t
..'il-i;(j(>'i*i;uK-:d:isij,iriV:-i- of . tho.^e
lid:"'lack. .'.of.."i.'fi'teH*->-:".i'nA!l'f'*
-' ui'idv- by-:•• ivrnti .luiliziii^vl.'ifc
v.iso.r to tin;' sit, jd oil' of , t h-...
.-■•'' heihiyvi.Uiuid.U.'d. .course,'
,;vi-in.s.'v SLi't'ng.tiiA.uiiLr ■ l\\e.;
i iati'.!iionH«vofv;thc:d;-yst(.m,
a".. ;u-t.iyit,y, ',,.n.';:..-.iie(:c-s,.ii'r,y V ni-.
•<-,'. i:',r- th.:>" f ni irie i/i.iscl : .ifiY'im:;
:«i;i.'ivG. oruaii-i; which ,.iato-'.
-. .i;i(:i'i.:Si''-l,Vsii|i.HLa|H-e-~r-es'ul,i
i»(.;.'_i,,ii!>;A'y.or.Vli'i-Oi'i':'"&■ •■.■:f;y.rfian'v
vVi.tyu- :iriveil vf'od.thev: public
•<'- Qui Vi i n ..>.'. *W!i i'i (•.''■'ui'-' the. -**ii"sii. .
iraiijit-tl by tho- opinions '.■<■..of
' ■■' ■■■• '•!(_', lipp'i-oiicliesv -'nearest
wns thir-
oin war,
, - ave been unl.no1.-. r.
inning of,their tradition-,
most pea cful and comfortable
community in Bui-ope is th" commune
of the canton Wind, in Switzerland.
Nearly every one is well oil", and there
are no pauper*-.
Finland is a realm who«*e inhabitant _
are remarkable for their inviolate integrity.    There  are  no  banks  and  no
safe deposits/for  no such  security  is
es*-eiiiial.   You may ioi.e your luggage
anywhere for auy length of time and
ie quite sure of iii'ding n untoui lied on
your   return,   and   your  pins.,   lull   of
money avouUI be just as secure under
similar circumstances.  The Finn-, phi'-,-,
tlieir money and valuables' in holes in
the ground and cov-r them with a big
leaf.   Such tieasure is sacredly respo< t-
ed by all who pass it, hut in the rare
event of a man wishing to bortow of
his neighbor during h;i jib-jonce he will
take only the Hmahc-t sum he requires
and place a message m the bole idling
of his urgent need, pionii*.iug io repay
the amount on a 'spci died  dale.    Anil
he will  invariably  keep  hH  ".void, for
the Finn is invincible, in his independence-. '
Agiud.-i Bark, near Delft,, in Holland,
is another Utopian example. A tr.wt
of ten a errs P.as upon it lod houses,
each with iis litflo garden and wuh
'certain common buildings and common
grounds. The houses are occupied by
the employees of a gre.it distilling company, who form a corporation whidi
owm, the park- Bach member own.,
shares in" the corporation and pays
rent for ins hou**e. The surplus, after
all expenses have been paid, come,
back to him as dividend. If he wishes
to go away or if he die-*, his shaies are
bought up by the corporation and sold
to the man who takes his place.     ■
Pins   His   Faith    to   Dodd's
Kidney Pills.
Inde,tmctlKe. Handsome. Perreet.     Only 2 5 cent, per xnnnlnC foot.
Supplied "uy n_ or local ticaler.
Limited.      —
Walkervilla, Montreal, Winnipeg, Ct, Joha j
j  'l Iif-y Mailc Him   Strom'  and   "Well   After
Yeiir. u!   lnti'iise  bulfo-rln};  from   Lull
bajjo ami Otlier Kliliu-y Troubloj..
North  i'Jelhain
i;"Ont., Apr.' ivi -y(;S]',e-,
cial;—._vri'.,;.;i(,jS(;i.hTJ. Thomas',    a-s.ub-
.staritial: fai-iiiei-; of: l.'elhain,'Tow.nsliip,,
Aveil    knowii vaftddvbjghly   .-re's pec ltd,
throughout   this   .DcAighb'orhoud,-: has
.joim-d-the ranks oi.|,,ili;-- gri/at ai-iny pi.-
.(.aiia.di;.u'if_,'i'wiu,), ipind,,their ; iail.h  -to
j ■,'lJp.dci's;   Kidney"'■-.i'ills., AdMr.- 'J'iioiiias
g-lyes liis••■rva'.-oris'-ior doing so' u.s,-.l'p.l-
10*.Vs';;.;A'-;v- ' '"',A-A' ■ .     A,.'-A-;; ..-■;■' ' .' A' A' -v' ". d
; A:'For AeyAi''a.L years dtd was A_di-elyaf-;
fl i c. ft.-i-J ' with d K-iilheyd'iyoiiijle;' haying
niany;.A;0'"   .its.:'worst' symptoms A',)-"--'n
aggravated, dcgiye..:.'; A .h,_d;. Lumliago
iind,. was' ,-in.- kvit_h Aycpnclitinnd-that. A,
\v;is uulit- I'y.r ''any.thing for. weeks.'at. a'
...tiimA : Vv.vA-'-'A'.'A ■,.■'■ •'■''■d'^A:/Ad'-/'--:i ''.Avd' ,,-.'-'
-,  "ihs.viw.inia   ri..sulted   ;and I ■ was' an
■;.iht.eh,si.;Asii.!T.(.-rei'.. . ;f haif,A_biK_'st a-|jci--
pouia.y headache  ;a»id    gi:ew   th'ifid (iti
.iies.h:;' ; ■;;d.v-;-.v';d''A'.'A:y; ';''A:.yAA,yA;c
•■■;.d;; • 1    ba d .■'■ beei- -.',i,rpkt,ed ' I .y a.'; doct,oi
Withcidt good results. Ao iipoii- thcre-
_.    .     . "amotis man
dressin&ker in: Paris, is .^aid'Ato have
been Khomberg'. He. was bei,ieved to
have beep thesohdof a poor Bayariau
peasant who -lived, in Munich,     A   A ■;:
'" -■-"''.. d" CJ*e:iti-'P.. n   Vaeaiie.-.'. V- v'"
-.When the repubnc''hadA.eeii.;set Up
5n  France,hi iS_S.;:wrose;-the BaroneSfJ
Hondo; tlie first atteniiits; ,bf   the.'; eir-
iraneliised ''people.A'o -'used their; iicw
yowers, resulted din the' cJei-tion of the ,
i most miscehaiiemis- asseuilily that h;ul j
.|vever-fried,i(V£-vei-iv.''a- country. ;A morn:,A
lK.rAnouiiivatelJAfr.oiii': '1 toueii'■ went to'1
Faris- and yelectAd;;hi'sd seat. vlIoA had
hardly taken.;it Avhen his -i.i<?xt hcighboy
turned andAstitVeVlAitAhiiiL.;-TheAtpuen
imuiA■enibarrassod'A'-- tunieil - up his .coat
'■'hut'.top ■ia'te
f.'a. coiisin
,;si T.ii\.; otAmistti-y-; hy:
'ills,   yb-g-'tn   taking
conno Andafhyi-y
iijccn"  savi-dvu-bi/i
,:lioddvt;'- Kidiit-yy	
■'thei'u,..- A AAA. •.';:■ -       A -;':. ■ '■' '".'.. ' .': ,■'■,
'A-A-The:- iii-stA"''-mx■'■'-p>Vp: .'if*- detailed
'tA.-nihit-V   and " tt'f.v'e.i- viakhig'iiv.uvhoxes
."'tlie ■Old;:t.i-ouble-''Wlis a.'-h^K ;^E-;U)V
■ past,■■yin-'.i vlvdw1'^';Ag"-in*,>h/■??'*-?'."'™VX
-'strong'st,n-J"wellA^AAvAd-ydA^'Ay -AA--'•;}
-Sir,""sa id:.hlS lynx eyed cpiieague.. "1
believe I had'the hpnor'bfseiH-iug you
Id the-'g.tli-eys for-murder in-TS-AAyhen
T dwa'rjuflge. ;:Yoh';had' straiiglejl 1 lie
Ai'rv;pit;ofy.he;i-'ureAv'ho had brodgiit
vo\i A;ipA-and,: robbed- the,-worthy uiah,
■vTIk-; next'day dike Mouiteur aiinounf-:
';.i.dliiat-'thei^was a va;(:a;ucy Tor, 1 toueii.
dm Vi I i .i uo;t Ate! 1;' w hy A;-v:-A\ ^ ■;,'-'',.;A ,--
•hot- cure Ay
jieai'ti vol"- a-- ca^A-tu   -ivicincy
Kifliieyd 1'il.s "■-AVp'ultJ
A\hy exc.-t'iiig Tne 'dent ;,;rt,t
'pf-A't-'he "'.Mi.'diiiii.d..;- }.v'\>!.'w'^'.V
An- fcwAdaj!1
At tht-AniAw
P(i Jill; 'oid, c.
to visit the t
Ily y imough, v;
jt.\i*;-^ yc
ocean.   1
n very. r(jut'!i.|^^S
i't. ly._ aud'-, ilii^iSx
_Aof 'cpnteatM
A:'-i.ll ;
i.d "Ai'
PoitipanyyAsVeainervAAnL-i-i-hi v'-hi
ed'' the ■fa.irwi.l'v'.--' she...Wi.i..sdswc.p.1 l;V
3,i:it',fi'in-'-.i_*' ..'i.-ii.'eAgi-'r.ates'tA'.fn'iiT-T.
k.'><_.' ".iir. ••'..lip ,',■.*,■.• or id Aor Anv..6inoii,ih_s, of
•\vh'i'ch':-.-la,s!.-;-.vj,.iti*-;:3',5o<*-.'.t.'p. tlie; vat ho' 'hi
.iAi,04&,oop;.w&re: imported; A while'.'It he
lrsuniiersvior.' the'-"firstA.ni'ne''-hii'..rivtl.?,■';' ol
i.hi'S VfearAhad risen -ltd t\,13361 ■■■..V-ihied
at■■'ACi .600,000y;y ', v-d- dddv. -"■■■''■:■'..; ■ ''"A:..
;win'dA'fi.i;i'd:"i"idedtvAvards'vi'il- T-dtr^'cA'Cyv[V-
.a'i^U;'.!.-.;: oir 'th.Ayr!j^iiviiigV;.to-Jksd; 'Ai-v-
K|An t' v.waA; 'V;'! locRe.i'da; 'vi:a.y;-..: da nd !(! i s;{s-
tMi'r '-was- only; •iyer.t.ecl T.ydy;hedpi-oinpt;
ass;stan<-ii.of;. rugs.v 'Tiie A n't .'i'i 1.11, was
practically   undaniagedAA  AA l,AA *A:A'
Your Faith Wanted
"' \"-pimiip lieau'ty; bear^  the han.ie -01
Vvdia;; Wicdchnahy  ixndy;1km>>;PM-Www
^   CAimi^A^\AiAyAheA
Veai**^ :ohl;.;A:ef"'sh'edweighs 365 iK'Vm'd.s
,..  A'hPfse  with
loniy.vis : ill    1.
Ov, Zitgiit.,  'of■■--;■ "ln^lflwqpd
uui__s  of .haii'u;is; "ifp   heavy
braided;,: yhe iipiiei^lbl\>;arf'
1 ■'■■ _ii->,..\t_'-: eight,oeh  feci
.\>ossPaSit-).ii-.'.';;ti-f ';-(ic'm-g(_
-,;ihav:.; V-
'-six-/ inches- 11
'"   '       "   '^»s^>^dA
^ i^MwPlffli "■'J-- ■'"''
"VVlfr   Vqt< S:tle.
, A peasant living m the village of
Petrowka, near Irkutsk, Siberia, has
tried a novel method to disembarrass
himself of "his wife, who apparently
• has strong views .on the temperance
question. According to the YVostotschy 	
"•.vestink newspaper, he sent the foi-  Miiiard's Liniment Cures Dandru!..
lowing extraordinary letter 10 the po- ^	
lice authorities at Irkutsk:  <*i,.-n
"1 have the honor to ask you to kindly make it publicly known that in the
village of Fctrowka I have a young
wife, twenty years old, and two pigs
for sale.. The price for all three is only
£'J 10a. My wife is very pretty and
young, but of a somewhat quarrelsome
and capricious disposition. The pigs
are far. If any one thinks of making
the purchase I shall be glad to send all
three on receipt of cost of carriage"
'The police, when they received thi-"
communication,  thought  at  lirst that
they had to deal with a madman, or,
at all events, a person of weak intellect.    P.ut they i-ought out the peasant,
questioned  him  mid found him  to be
porteoUy  sane and of  average iiiteili-
genee. though living in poverty.    His
vile  frequently beat him  on account
of his drunken habits.
Wo  wdl   positively  cure you   of  nervousness..   ..lt;t_;_!ei_6nc-is,~ lpdiiresition   mal , hf-art
<iisiM._,e,   if   jou   will   only   have   s-ifll.K.ut
until   to   take   one   UosiAof   Dr.   ..Kne^'.,
llearL  (_uie.     Ihe  benolit.  you  (an  derive
fiom    its    use    will   surmise    and   delight
>ou      This  remedy   is  the  greatest  agent
that   medical   _.ci<*nce   hus   disco-.ere.l   foi
v. oak y.c.-.rts,    weak   blood,    ■.-■•ak, hl-ivcs,
A few closes will positively convince >ou.
To  belie*, e  in this  instance   means  health
to   you        It,   will   relieve-   every   loini   01
heai L (license m 30 minutes.     It  s ironttO*--
ens   the   nei vpb   by   feedmcr   them   t'nrouph
the heurt.    For sale by-all riealor.        '32
Dr. Agnew's Ointment cures ec7ema, 35c.
-luMtd lor being drunk, .iaints
Sm.ui, .t tttiloi, 01 Lni'nui.il. --nipped hiiii*-elt vtr.tl tore h s clothe-, ta
shred*- Next day he appeared 'heioro
the magisliate 111 his shirt,   v.huh he
"I hail jti'-t tho loveliest brosid from my hairing with youi ltOYAL HOb'SKHOLU FbOfU ;
it <:ould_i'i h.ivo been iiiccr--a. v, hito and light
and sweet a_ unyono could wish for."
The above is an excerpt from a letter received from a user of    ^
We've orot lots of somewhat similar communications.
We'd like vt-rv much to have you try this Flour, and xvnte
us yourself, staling what VOU think ol it.
Fverv t-er becomes a mot valuahle advertiser 111 some
manner; perhaps only by telling friend, ot the results obtained
Your Grocer keeps it or will get it for you.
fell-'  vine iiiii'^-iatiuL,,  ...... —... ...
aid   draped likea... tp;ga.,. I lo ,stti;d;,,that;dhc
, w as' o ft lie S tu a r t ci a n, ,1 and: 6"o j et tod
■was:sent.;.t,6 'prison'' for -fourteen -..iiiy's".
.h-iid ■'•"■':,oiil.v;Apa.r.t,ii'ii.' viliseddof'y.iiyA yraid
caused,,-byAa .sudden sfrarnr;;'; I -ini ve:
hsed pvei'-,'' remedy wi thuut defa-i-tA -vViV--
<.til ■■'!'''go't'a'■"'5-aiiipl'p AhiVtUe. voA M-)A-
rA.RlAvAr.ixJMi-:*S;T. '.■ AjrheAbeneiit l'A:e-
I ceivecl l'nini .it..^ra-USedVio'evt-V. cPiuinue
jits <-ii.se.. and now. .1 ain haiqiy t.P say
1 my, a.rm is completely restored. . ■ ,-
1     C":t:'t.5iiisA (Ant V "'Jt A V.":  1 IdV
:.:;Av(V(-ftE;FOItdnHEUMATISM.!—Tiie intrusion of uric acid, ihtby he l.looU ,vessels
i.s :. a; lrui'tl.ul cause of 'rhoumatic'-liiaiiis.
Tliis''■ iri'eifu 1 «S.i_-.ity..-. 1 s;|owing■'''■'■ o al': cleratiged\
and:,-. u'nheal.t.hyA condition V' of I ■.tjie',;' liver.
Anyone subject"'.'-It6'.Ithis; painful- nlTd-clion
will -liml. -,a ,1-einedy.; ii-iyt-ariuo-l,*e:s•'■-Vegetable., t'ills.■. ;Tlieir action'""-ui>bh,--t'he--k-id-
ik'.vh is i>rono.unced.rind .inosu l:ei,,er,<;ia),
iind by restorins healthy,, actioji. they
Vorrect  impurities   in   the  blood...
,ev   ci fame! ie-*    Ri",lt „al1 .!    ,'tL V,a  -nine  time  av oHlin-  dampness
unifoim   tenu.einture:' a:'d   at  the
■.     -r'rfrc & PESISSE, Winnipeg, for'sar.iples.
Write our Agents, TcES « l-t»*-'   - „„, ,
The  E. S. EDDY CO., LtmuCJ,  HUUL.
Your   ci'i-ucism   oi   a'nothei
>t-rdict  on  yourself;	
ic heart's  protest    against
is   the  pronube'oi   ine
flhyouv blood is thin and im-
^pure, you are miserable all tne
.     li,(,nly.^,,|'^nie.    It is pure, rich blood
'    1 .!"',, .„•. i.&-^i{itiat invigorates, strengthens,
1111(1   I'.IM'H - ' feftsBa-'..  n < \7 '-it
ui. i;\ --im.y JVg.%m-E'^freshes- You certainly know
. The1 doors
the- true. ,
truth;  open   onjy An
 'j (iwiw. tjcr ____-_»
jirovt-ment.     |||HkS&
:aii-  filliii (-'lli''-^g|*'™
,A0„ a.'fa riii ■»*___§!
■mnziHi A-it.tLeni
2 (liscuvoi-i'^lU
I- nitrated ^J'lga,,
viiiihnili.; •b0I!'^Pi
,„•-_.were \A4fW
. ''mm
v.. cqixie h'ori,.*||j-M
ipiuiioiia.    "tt||
lectrie fuifW-l;}
jr ti
the medicine that brings good
|J"caIth to the home, the only
sfhedicine tested and tried for
l-^Oyears. Adoctor'smedicine.
"I ow-» ro-r llrp., -wlthont doubt, to Aycr'j
".riiip-trili_. It 1- tlio ini«ti»ixmt-.Ti-.l mcill-
ln«lnUi» wor.il f^rriri\citiMiPsii.    Mv euro IJ
§-rc__-Q, 11t.n1>- I ci: nni funk*, pit eiioueh.'
Mm. Uelia MtWatL, Kowark, N. J-
S1.00 ft tiotf.lo. JO. AVKH CO.
All 'lruv;k-l*l« r Ix>n<-I1,   Mn>"
-— »»»«»K5a« ror
Stc. AiiihA'^SS
Entire   Armli-n   lDi-.bnmlcil.
Members  of  pciu-o  societies  are  re- . ai:iillls
loli-nv ut the. nens Unit the entire ai- ,n,0!lui
"v mt e principality of dMonaco has ■„„„,■.
ieVnd, banded. Thouah this army was   tei.s.
0 ilv compos! of soventr-uve men, of ,
A.lyhe. Uiver Tinto, in,;
nd splidilie.s, the-soti'd
"'" st one,    fulls    in    tht
■"pain; liaroens
of iisl bed.', ]■'
A sti'caiir 'A* nd
l-'ish c.
a not Iter.
tin ite
ni'ot. live
in v a'
... b.eco.iiio
in. the'-se
wIkiiii    (ive    were
ofllcers.    optimNts
wbom . livu h ,. v. ,..
think that since a littlo state like Mo
naco has had tlie couraso to disarm
and dispense with its troop-, in this
manlier other law states will soon lol-
low hor example and that it will not be
lon<; before siumlm*; armies will altogether disappear.
The republic of San Marino, it is
said, has ah.o practically decided to
disarm the 1,000 men who eon*-tItuto
its.regular army.
it Cures AH Greeds .-Here„. . £
mimes   of   clergytpen    oi   dWeren AcneW.„
who    aio   turn   "bf£ei?   i»    Br- Apneas
l*«v«tMl'a»..I'ottlt,lnat it aatm'      »ish«.p
AThat, which-
.hariPless. ;
is   -useless
rantiot   ,V;,e-
50   cts.
••Di'si'ippoint'ineiit'"is   not.  a
t-eason-i'pr; discouragement.'
be it
'll f
im  Inst ni
:') rend tl"-'
s  in  (he w--
■ was soon °
.abi.vc. * ft
in I»i'ii
:? story."'
have   m.
it chnpt'''
ihlishei'-* i""'1  *
are p'hi? "''
Hi*    l.*l»IMIJ«I"<"S.1.
The storv i*^ told ot a leading surjreon
In 1'l.iladidphi.t who ca.mot bear to lead ,
p.,.,,.™   cruitalniuL-   "Lost   and   leun        ;il,„
!1(1l*ertiso,i,en,s   bciau*--    tin y   ,,...     n .
,-ov.rtriis   for   th-'   >',I!':"   ul    ul   ll   'f
of liiin-tir or s.Hiie olh.i   *.    1 '
::: j^aaaI ;aa< »^A
nble him to read such :..H.-r-
t,,0"I^;i:,I!;.u   by   iibandonin,   MMsccin-u-
nieiidat ion   tliat
is dl.hc
ro.es - l<,!
only   recom-
lieaven. '.'■
lip t)
a i''.'
dr. (
i-u    (l)i-i'e   :.i
iiowii   to   I'
:     old.'
(pii'iriiiiu  01  .-o •
.   M'veral   carp
more  tbaii six
l.i.has   been   *
..cases   that:   win
two'.hundred   ye
In ni-
is c <-v-
When Eaby Had Scald Head-
:,When-fttother KsdSa!. Rheurn-
When Father   Had  Piles.-Dr. ak
hew's Ointihent gave the -,utiickcst. relief \
and'surest ;cure. Th^se are nems of, truvh
picked .from testimony' which is, given
■every day to this greatest of. healers, .It-
has never been matched in curative qu»l-
ities in Kozem-i,' Tetter, Piles, etc. 85
cents.—1.03      - ;v ,;,    .      ;   ;       '-,.■'■'..
I'tl-oyost.. Kennedy, pf' Par tick,- is.a
niiiii of. ambitious, schemes: The town
'council resolved to spend the., sum 01"
.t_-So on. tnusic■■■in" the parks, and the
provost' d^ave it; as liis opinion, that
before spending more, money nn music
hey. .should- first'teach the .people how
to .listen'.'to. it. .Particle always -clid
aspire to. d leadership. - ■'        .       1 '  ,'
'"They" ASeS!    We5J"    says Druggi-a
'O'-lJelh-of Truro, ,N.S. Wknt liny better
evidence of the real merit of, llr. Von
Stan's Pineapple .Tablets' as a. cure for
all, forms of stomach trouble- than that
they're in such great .demand "• Not a
nauseous, dose that makes one's, very in-
siiR's rebel—hut pleasant, 'quick nml■ hnvii.i-
loss—a tiny Uipl.-t to carry in your pocket.I- '35 cents. —1 p.t ■''..'-, " v
is   niore -in   iieinp,   worthy    of
ace, tlian   thefe . is ..in  winning
'Vlt' ■ niay lie1 only l.a triflinp; iold; .but 'ife-,
Klect it,; aiid I'it, wilt .fastpn V ity faiisis ,in';
your lung's, iind you will1;soon be. .'curried
to tin. -untimely :j>-ray e.d .by .this "ciuntry.
We ha.lye-',siid;ieii._chang'es a.i'id,"niii'st' e>"[n*cb'
to- have coughs i:and coldsly ;* Weycivmi'ot--.
avdid ahem, hut -'we ca.n p-jTectva cfire: by
using- ■ P.ickle's Anti-.CcinsunVpti.ve , Syrup;
.the medicine that" has never been; known:
to fait'in curing coughs. i-61ds;.bi one hit'is
and all aIt'ections 'of the • '■■%hI'O.it'. . Iuii-gs'
'li'.ul  chest.    '„'.■   ■'   '-    ;■ d -d,.'-'"--"'   A:' A.'.-'
.' The'Aman who is ttirald of ouriiing
up! his wvek-cpeed,no.t hope to brignt-
eivy,he .worldv   ;   A       ;,-■■'      . .,,-■' '...;'"■
I S-mard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.\
i ■■, ■ .; .„'-, '   '" A..  .   d^' y~-\;
I Mommacn'ii "Itoinan  nislory-***
ureal- i
-Pi,,,-' preat-      lives     have    a I
.„,„;.,jsinj.-   ^reiiteiytba.icIite.
es oi
•   Clrls.
rsiiys l""uI"
, plctiire (»
the   Hiil>
or, iiny'I'i"
, nnd on:-1'
jolt in"1
hey '•■'irry ,
of tlicl"-"'-.,)
yltch li-i* bc"
-  is '.- AN     KhIXIll   1)1-'   Hi!-!
lit en    tiirie,    iiu-'n ■ lllLV'' ,!-"*-"*
',„,-    -L!„.   Klixir -ol    l.U'c    which
''ass once existed. ,..r. Thomas
I lived
— Since
l     M'ekillg
' Some one has well said that but for
the "ltotnnn History" Mommsen would
he a great man.'-taken,on faith."  That
is probably true, but we have the "Roman   History,"   perhaps   the  most remarkable  piece of   German  literature
written   in, the   middle   ot"   the   nineteenth century.    It is a wonderful testimony to the powerful* humanity over
humanity that the  most human work
wli'K-h Mommseti wrote should be the
inoi-t popular.    The •'Homan History"
was the expression of the whole man,
and  if  ever it should  cease to  have
value as Komaii history it will never
cease to be of value as a spiritual document, as a picture of the hopes and
ideals   of  Theodor   Mommsen.     P.y   a^
happy   chance   when   tlie   book   was
brout-ht into the world it appeared in
the   naked  simplicity  of  it*-  narrative
without the swaddlintr clothes of loot-
tu'tc** and sources.    Tho clear cut *-tyle
_.h.i*\\.\l   forth   to   its   host   tulvaiiLnup.
'ihe -..mid at la rue look its btaloiue'it.
.-.s  faith.    Scholars  were  at hbertj   to
te-.t  them in other books of Moiniu*-en
hnuM-lt   or   of   other   men.— Professor
.Ie-,he l;. Carter in Atlantic.
TV.STIMOXIAL from the Lato SIU SAil-
UEI-. IttKEK, tho I'ainous Nile Explorer:
"N'cwlon Abbot, De\on. Dear Sirs—I
ha\e dela>ed my thanks ns I \.i_,hed to
test the cITect of Ulan'a Pills b> a auili- „
cient  irtterval  of  time
"l-'oi ten years 1 had suffered acutely
from ("-out and life hail lost its attraction n» mi,' to the uncertainty of houllh
and tha sudden \isiti\Uons ot tht* enemy
which piost rated me lor months, or \iceks,
accoi-dmt; to th^ viiulence of the attacks.
"Hlair's Pills ha\e iendered nm lmmenaa
.en ice,  as   1   no  longer  lear an   ntlai k  of
•'t'or the .last twenty' months I have
been i i.n.[iaratively free, as one or two
at i em pied \ lMtation'-. have 'ioen m,mediately <-'(imped   out  by   the   assistance,   of
Blair's -Pills
'"I'i nly .M«ut i  (Signed. Sand  W   Baker"
l.vin>in   Sot.   vt_   tro ,   Montie.il   and  'l'or-
onto    Tho  Pole   Prug   Co ,  Winnipeg,  Th»
Martin, l.olo i*i Wynne  Co , Winnipeg
The Best Family Medicine-.
The best, surest,, safest and
most reliable remedy for all
Liver, Stomach and Bowel
troubles. You will save doctor's bills, sickness and suffering if yovt always have and use
cham s
Sold Everywhere.      In boxes 25 cents
.    ...  tiAy^'f A,   -3,
Outfits supplied   for  newspaper
j and job offices on a day's notice
No plant toolarp'c for us to figured
on   md none too small to merit our
^ closest  attention.    Prompt   service
ll guaranteed.
The  i;<>UU-i>  ISult.  In  l''i-an<'«*.
NVe.luive. just seen a -i-'reuch ti-ansla-
tion' of one of.Mr. Koosevelt's books,
and in casually riiiinin^ tlirmi^b it we
came upon a- inoslv--ileli,y;h(l'ul thin';.
Mr. lvoosevelt had (united lhe famous"1
remark  <if  Senator  Ingalls  to the ef-j.
feet that  "in polilics,. the. ^foldcn  Rule j      More,  tlian    half ' tlie
and   flic' Ton'  t'e.niniaudments-aro .an |     -     . d
iridescent dream."    To thisA-uotation j Ciean.ing , greasy   dishes'
.the J-'rench translator felt '-it necessary I soan you use     • }( '
to   append,    nil , er.planiitory   footnote,
which  reads as follows: "The Colden
Utile.    One ijf the' nphorisins ascribed
to rytha';oras."
J,I.11V    ciin-
l-'.lixir,   lu'i'ore   which
I         It   is   made  up   of   si>:
I -oils, ivii'i'i'uily, blended .so that their i iirn-
tivc propej-tii'S are (.-oi'icentiateil in one.
It lint no equal in file .treat iiieut, of luin-
hiiKo,   i hciiiiuit ism,   nnd   all , bodily   pains
The   San'*"--1"'"   o{
f   Ant   C'Mie.i.
.iptilou-l.v    t-lctn   in
If if
it's the best;
battle   in
is   in   tho
Sunlight Soap
. -fi'a ■
An nljn'no: ileer, with a coat, ns
white as snow and eyes a delicate
pink, was ' recently killed iii vtlu* Can-
.N'cm _\loiint ains . of ■southern; Oregon.
It. was 'one of the very few..a!b.ino
door'over seen in the mountains, of
the West.    ''■'.-.
I        i «., 'i ,^.em-el\cs, itscrvico lor
;;•;;; A; tA;;A;i;:A,,,y ,,,-',-'-■•;-;;;•■
Ay:,'.,™"";' io,;:* 'A,.... „"«
1 ja f*c»wi ■<•»"   9w,jy_„_„^.r^-
. fMrt coa.vqf.YELETS  Ja
t*7t-W   l'u
,rlc T\»-a
A   Now   l'li'i'""'"-- .   .
S"roin Turin comes now  ll.-- }^\-
vl,i„ street pavin;;. which subs, I   U s
V ',,.,1,   a  iind of panim-t of.l'^s
r,;t;1;;1 i1(;.  «,..ui-..-ked....^
U,:    ; eh.   The tiles are laid on a
v(,il • l -n lyp-sbiiieandthcjomts
l':,i',^t,, h;:".; The ,-esuit. winch
,:'1,'';:.:;;:l;i;,u!;H'. asphalt or wood
' 1S Hlti;1,(1. , ,,.,.„, afire as macadam,
i '''^ ^''1';1 ' ' "U1 , is said to bo very
1 «"< V(Ty <1U" ,;,;., It I...* been tested
!r!tU;.* y « of 7.r.00 pounds to
von can't euro a cough or cold
Y°from  the  outside.    You  must,
cure it through tho blood.
W   I..", rn-i       -- — "country roads"
:UU1 0xh 11 al  u i..    - !d    !l3 wiLh.
!(,.lt,in:4 into the foK.r,-m,
•(.dncuitural   ants,   are   Kept    i. ■■• ' . "
ihli -tad-obstructions that mi.uht Wll
'       i 'Hie  constantyvashiuys and.
11   ■•-•-••■ -    ,   ,   ....  .,,.,s i,v  tluVnurses
^UY:%Sy lhe  m       Sstidious nyar
;;;;:;; mSo-uKiy not say that
, Uhtion is an exact ominehnnan sd-
,.   mit"'it  certainly   ift  an -ait tiior-
Sr^ i.'.w'-K^
f,,,,l, ,    "».-..'■ ,.|lizc„ u,u„3ll.u,t
r;;;iy,-A:-.AAn,,,,',,, u,,uc .ou.-'cr.
, TORONTO,   -   ONT.
inn  sets   popularity   l.i-.'<,r:
is   likely   to" let,   priiu-ipl
1IU»*    . .„
a beautiful brown
' niTt on__.
The l-ung
,  Tonic
is the only remedy that will do this.
It cets right to the root of   the
trouble.    It is guaranteed to cure.
S. C. Wells & Co. 312
$1.   LeRoy.N'.V.. Toronto. Cau.
Tl'fKY  AKK  A   TOWtHtKl'l.  r> M-\^
ni'i-voi-i svsti'in. and  nervous dc ' y'-:  <'-*V
"n^ndorcd y .iin-.--i.it u.«h-ar-t'.   . !;; >-
nn-   i.iiH.y   leslimo.im  -*-   as   lo    -m        i    •    .
Ol    IMl-mcI.Vs   W-clablC   1  ,11s   e        ■'■   _'' ;..
Ul- im**  *--■("--     ".-:-        , ,.    -r-   Me-   h'lis   'li!"V,',!,','-ds-,,,nv!lllX    'Vf /.'..Kin--'
tlu-ir civic Precincts clean-U. O. Mc    | j,,,,,rf ^....s; J;,^-,,^
Cook in Harper's_MagtuincL {l^A;,/'quilibrliu,.  to  tho nervi- c.-.nr.-s.
The   native   word   for   inula   rubber
(caoutchouc)    sounds    much    like    a
sneiV.e and is pronounced as if spe
kee-chook,  with   the accent strong
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